Clients - King Seeds

Our Clients


Engro Foods

is among the biggest and fastest growing companies in Pakistan with a vision to cater to local needs with products conforming to global standards. Highly passionate about providing millions of people across the length and breadth of Pakistan and beyond with the ultimate brand experience, our product portfolio comprises some of the country’s biggest and best selling brands including Olper’s, Olper’s Lite, Omore, Dairy Omung, Olper’s Lassi and Tarang.

J.K. Dairies

is a diversified Private limited company (Pvt.) of JDW Group. JDW Group is the largest sugar producer in Pakistan and also a regional leader in corporate farming. Mr. Jahangir Khan Tareen is the patron-in-chief of JDW Group. He oversees all aspects of operation supported by a dedicated, experienced and professional management team


Sharif Group

is one of the leading Industrial Groups in Pakistan. In addition to industrial activities Sharif Group put more value to the well being of the deprived ones through such means which could alleviate the suffering of the have nots. Sharif Group is running a most modern Hospital equipped with state of the art equipment’s providing all kinds of treatments ranging from minor surgery to Open Heart Surgery on no profit no loss basis.

The University of Agriculture, Peshawar

Since its establishment in 1981, this University has been playing a vital role in imparting Agricultural Education and conducting basic and applied agricultural research throughout the Province, and disseminating the results of agricultural research among the farmers and general public through its outreach/public service activities. Being one of the leading institutions in the country, the University has been enjoying the prestige of providing high quality agricultural education and research to its students. The graduates of this University are serving in public-private sectors organizations on key positions within Pakistan and abroad. They are ambassadors of this University and have been bringing in laurels to the name and prestige of this University.


The Pakistan Forest Institute, Peshawar

(PFI) is working for the improvement of Environment, its conservation and the natural resources of the country by conducting research on various environmental issues and imparting training in the specialized field of forestry and allied disciplines. This organization is coordinating with all the national and international agencies related to forestry research as a part of its routine activity. Moreover, it has the capability to deal with current forestry challenges like desertification, arid zone afforestation, reclamation of waterlogged and saline soils through biological measures and conservation of biodiversity issues related to major flora and fauna in the country. It has also capabilities to conduct research on wood and wood-based products in the country and give guidelines to the industry working in these areas. Of course, the protection of watersheds and improvement of rangelands is an integral part of the system. In this context, the cooperation extended by the Environment Department through the provision of various projects for the improvement of environment and poverty alleviation is praiseworthy.


coordinated programmes serve as a common platform for the scientists working in different federal, provincial agricultural research, and academic institutions to jointly plan their research activities, avoiding unnecessary duplication of research efforts. Research which can best be addressed at a national centre rather than by provincial institutions is undertaken at NARC. The adaptation of technologies available from the international research system is also managed by NARC, in collaboration with the provincial research and extension institutions. In particular, research requiring sophisticated instruments like electron microscopes, ultracentrifuges, and elaborate analytical and quality testing facilities is undertaken at NARC, supported by highly qualified and trained manpower.


The International Livestock Research Institute

(ILRI) works to improve food security and reduce poverty in developing countries through research for better and more sustainable use of livestock. ILRI is a member of the CGIAR Consortium which works for a food-secure future. See our research programs and activities; See our work in CGIAR research programs; ILRI leads the Livestock and Fish Research Program; we host the BecA-ILRI hub for East and Central Africa as well as the Technical Consortium for Building Resilience in the Horn of Africa. In 2013 we adopted a strategy covering 2013-2022. In 2014, we marked 40 years of international research in live stock through a series of events.

Achieving food security

for all is at the heart of FAO’s efforts – to make sure people have regular access to enough high-quality food to lead active, healthy lives. Our three main goals are: the eradication of hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition; the elimination of poverty and the driving forward of economic and social progress for all; and, the sustainable management and utilization of natural resources, including land, water, air, climate and genetic resources for the benefit of present and future generationsmanpower.